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  • WNA Elections - Ready to Run?

    Nominations Are Open for 2019 Elected Leadership Positions!

    Nominations for elected leadership positions are now open! 2020-2021 Position Openings: WNA Board of Directors President Treasurer APRN Representative Director-at-Large WNA Councils and Committees Public Policy Council (3 positions) Tri-Council (3 positions) Workforce Advocacy Council Nominating Committee Other Opportunities WNA Representative to ANA Membership Assembly Click here for more information

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  • American Nurses Association Day on the Hill

    WNA representatives are heading to Washington DC for June 20, 2019 ANA Hill Day Office visit appointments have been set up with Wisconsin Congressional Representatives to discuss the following legislative proposals: Reauthorization of Title VIII Funding (H.R. 728/S. 1399) for education of nurses.  More ANA information at: Workplace Violence Prevention for

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  • APRN Modernization Act Legislation Introduced in the Senate

    We are pleased to announce that the APRN Legislative Bill, APRN Modernization Act, has been introduced in the Senate.  2019 Senate Bill 249 was introduced on May 31, 2019. Forty legislators signed on as co-sponsors!  The listing is as follows: Senators LeMahieu (Bill Sponsor) Senate Co-sponsors:  Ringhand, Testin, Carpenter, Hansen, Kooyenga, Marklein, Olsen, Risser, Schachtner, Wanggaardand Wirch Assembly Representatives Rohrkaste

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  • Congratulations to the Spring 2019 Future Nursing Leader Award Winners!

    Twice a year, the WNA Awards Committee selects 5 graduates of schools and colleges of nursing in Wisconsin to receive the WNA Future Nursing Leader Award. The award is presented each Spring and Fall semesters at the school of nursing pinning ceremonies. Winners receive a complimentary year of membership in

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  • Free Webinar for WNA Members

    Opportunities for Medicaid Expansion in Wisconsin Medicaid is a foundation of health care and 1.1 million Wisconsin residents rely on Medicaid for high-quality health care. Medicaid expansion is the lever that will infuse new federal dollars into the rest of our health care system. The Medicaid expansion will not only

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